Global Healthcare SGIn the press.

3 December 2019

During a cardiac arrest, it is important to cool the body temperature down quickly to preserve the function of the brain and other vital organs. A new cooling suit that has been developed by Singapore General Hospital (SGH) and an industry partner, Global Healthcare SG, for medical emergencies can quickly and safely lower the body temperature in victims of cardiac arrest.


11 April 2019

A study by researchers from Singapore General Hospital, National University of Singapore and National Heart Centre Singapore found that the CarbonCool suit can cool a patient’s body to 34 deg C in an average of 73 minutes, almost half the time of other methods.